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A Wedding Homerun In Loveland Ohio

Author : Cathy Liggett
ISBN : 9781607420538
Genre : Fiction
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Megan has everything under control: work, single motherhood, and life. But she’s had no trust where men are concerned ever since her husband walked out when their son, Sammy, was born with cerebral palsy. When she’s forced to work with Mac, a hometown hero and former baseball star recovering from an injury, she’s annoyed. . .then finds she likes him—even loves him. And the feeling’s mutual. But when love throws Megan a curveball, will she run closer or farther from God—and the man who could be the catch of a lifetime?
Category: Fiction

Heartland Weddings

Author : Jennifer Johnson
ISBN : 9781624165030
Genre : Fiction
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Come home to America’s heartland where love is worth a second look. Forced to reevaluate her womanizing boss since he became a Christian, Megan McKinney discovers that forgiving has nothing to do with forgetting and everything to do with love. Megan O’Donnell is a take-charge single mom of a handicapped child. When she’s paired with a cocky superstar pitcher at a sporting event for special needs kids, she dislikes him on sight. Until she loves him.
Category: Fiction

Beaded Hope

Author : Cathy Liggett
ISBN : 1414378750
Genre : Fiction
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2011 Carol Award winner for Women's Fiction from ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) Four American women, all with their own challenges, embark on a mission trip to South Africa. Their lives are changed as they encounter a group of South African women who suffer from AIDS yet demonstrate great joy and faith in the face of overwhelming adversity. When the Americans discover the amazing beadwork that has been taught to generations of women in the community, they uncover a way to help these proud people support their families by selling their craft.
Category: Fiction

Bride S Guide To Freebies

Author : Sharon Naylor
ISBN : 9780762791620
Genre : Reference
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With the average cost of weddings today at over $20,000, it’s no wonder that today’s savvy, budget-conscious brides are looking for deals to get the wedding of their dreams at a fraction of the cost. But in today’s world where extreme couponing and the number of wedding sweepstakes competitions is on the rise, for the modern bride, discounts and bargains are simply not enough. For these brides, only free will do. Enter The Bride's Guide to Freebies, the book that shares insider secrets on how to potentially get thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and products for your wedding for free. No, this is not a book of suggested bargains and discounts. Rather, this book provides freebie-finding strategies on everything from the dress to the food to the entertainment, information on what to say (and not say) to score lots of swag, and how to foster positive relationships with vendors that result in spectacular add-ins. And each and every tip and strategy featured in the book is designed to give the budget-conscious bride the ultimate payoff: lots of wedding goods and extras… for absolutely zero money.
Category: Reference

Riverfront Stadium

Author : Mike Shannon
ISBN : 0738523240
Genre : History
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Riverfront Stadium, which opened in 1970, hosted the greatest team in Cincinnati Reds baseball history. In fact, the Big Red Machine was one of the greatest teams in all of Major League baseball history. Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Pete Rose and company won two World Series championships, four National League pennants, and made six post-season appearances in a single decade. Riverfront Stadium: Home of the Big Red Machine captures all of the glory of the 1970s, as well as other legendary moments in the ballpark's 32-year history, with nearly 200 classic photographs and narrative that brings the author's knowledge of baseball and love for the game to every page.
Category: History

The Sisters Of Sugarcreek

Author : Cathy Liggett
ISBN : 9781496418999
Genre : Fiction
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Many lives were changed the day a fire burned down Faith Community Church, devastating the small town of Sugarcreek, Ohio. Now a young Amish widow, Lydia Gruber faces an uncertain future. Her husband, a craftsman and volunteer firefighter, always took care of everything, keeping her isolated from others in their community. Without anyone or any skills, how will she survive? With the death of her beloved aunt Rose in the fire, single mom Jessica Holtz inherits Rose’s Knit One Quilt Too cottage. Though determined to keep the shop open in her aunt’s memory, she doesn’t know the first thing about knitting and quilting and begins to see her aunt’s dream slip through her fingers. When Liz Cannon lost her dear friend Rose, she also lost her partner in the Secret Stitches Society—the name they gave themselves while delivering gifts of hope to troubled folks in the dark of night. Liz convinces Jessica to keep the anonymous society going, despite the younger women’s inadequacy with knitting and sewing needles. But soon Liz has problems of her own as the life she has rebuilt for herself begins to crumble again. When Liz and Jessica choose Lydia for their first mission, the three women cross paths and form an unlikely friendship in the aftermath of tragedy. As they walk together through triumph and heartbreak—through grief and new chances at love—they begin to discover that with friends by your side, a stitch of hope can be found anywhere.
Category: Fiction

Live Laugh Celebrate

Author : Ferdinand Protzman
ISBN : 9781426205064
Genre : Photography
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Presents text along with 150 photographs depicting a variety of celebrations from around the world, including images of such events as parades, carnivals, parties, religious festivals, and weddings.
Category: Photography

Pitter Patter

Author : Cathy Liggett
ISBN : 0803496842
Genre : Fiction
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Two events happen within days of each other to make Samantha Stevenson's heart go pitter patter. The first is when Blake Dawson, a handsome lawyer, drops unexpectedly into her life. The second is when a precious baby girl is abandoned on her doorstep.
Category: Fiction

Coffee Tea Or Molly

Author : Cathy Liggett
ISBN : 0803497822
Genre : Fiction
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Things have been running hot and cold in Molly Katz's life recently. Her brothers and her one loyal customer, Mr. Mulligan, have offered to help. It's too bad Molly has a real problem with accepting help.
Category: Fiction

Rebels Rubyfruit And Rhinestones

Author : James Thomas Sears
ISBN : 0813529646
Genre : History
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While Scarlett O'Hara may resemble a drag queen, and Mardi Gras inspires more camp than a gay pride parade, the American South also boasts a rich, authentic and transgressive gay and lesbian history. In this chatty, free-ranging cultural survey, Sears (Growing Up Gay in the South) presents a vivid kaleidoscope of the mores and political activities of many gay Southerners following the 1969 Stonewall riots and leading up to the 1979 march on Washington. Sears unspools this history through portraits of activists and community organizers including Merril Mushroom, Jack Nichols, Lige Clark, Vicki Gabriner, Minnie Bruce Pratt and Sgt. Leonard Matlovitch who helped shape the social and political climate below the Mason Dixon line and often in the rest of the country. While giving a nod to historic events like Anita Bryant's Save Our Children campaign, Sears focuses more closely on obscure but important local political events, like the founding of the lesbian journal Sinister Wisdom, the emergence of the Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance and community response to a deadly firebombing that killed 31 patrons in a New Orleans bar in the mid-1970s. Sears's multifaceted approach pays off when he sketches such relatively unknown players as comedian Ray Bourbon and radical fairy Faygele ben Miriam, and he conveys well the complexity and intensity of the political activity of the decade. While not as historically conclusive or theoretically astute as John Howard's masterful Men Like That (2000), Sears provides a panoply of emotionally riveting snapshots that aptly portray Southern gay experience in the 1970s. B&w photos.
Category: History